Arisaema speciosum skipping flower straight to fruit
I bought some large bulbs of Arisaema speciosum var. magnificum from a reputable seller and planted them five weeks ago.
One of them looks peculiar while it is emerging. There is no flower, but instead it appears to be going straight to the fruit stage:
Also, 1/3 leaves is mostly stunted with no sign of any insect/pest damage.
Is this behavior (skipping flower straight to fruit) common? Is the plant is possibly confused about what time of year it is because of the transplanting?
(There's another bulb nearby that is emerging exactly as I would expect -- foliage stalk with three good leaves and the beginnings of a flower -- which you can see in part to the right rear of the image.)